HENRY COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — Four people are being investigated in the death of 63-year-old Pamela Morse in Henry County.
Investigators say the four individuals — David Morse, Pamela’s husband and a former Sheriff’s deputy, as well as Casey Lynn Rogers, Collin Joshua Russell, and Tanna Shelton Fitzgerald — allegedly planned Pamela’s murder for three days.
Authorities say David was not supposed to be at home on May 13. However, according to court documents, at 7:52 a.m. on May 13, David reported that he found his wife dead from a gunshot wound in the bedroom of their home on Wingfield Orchard Road in Henry County.
David also reported that their 2010 Jeep Compass was missing. That was found about 30 minutes away at a home in Franklin County.
With the assistance of someone standing by, Virginia State Police also found Russell there. Police recovered firearms in the Jeep and found other items nearby.
The suspects are being held without bond in separate local jails, each facing charges for conspiracy to commit first degree murder, as well as murder
Court dates have been set for August and September.
View the court documents below:
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